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Plants on sale at Botanic Gardens

Plants on sale at Botanic Gardens

Plants on sale at Botanic Gardens

15 June 2022

The Inverness Botanic Gardens have prepared a range of flowers and plants which are now on sale.


Tree-planting day steps up eco-initiative to boost biodiversity in Culloden Park

Tree-planting day steps up eco-initiative to boost biodiversity in Culloden Park

Tree-planting day steps up eco-initiative to boost biodiversity in Culloden Park

31 May 2022

A community in Inverness has joined forces to step up their plans plan to boost biodiversity in a local park.


Gardening: Recycle, re-use and rewild in 2022

Gardening: Recycle, re-use and rewild in 2022

Gardening: Recycle, re-use and rewild in 2022

08 January 2022

Award-winning garden designer and TV presenter Ann-Marie Powell (ann-mariepowell.com) says priorities have changed since lockdown.


Green fingers for gardeners

Green fingers for gardeners

Green fingers for gardeners

26 December 2021

The Grow Project at the Inverness Botanic Gardens have received a £37,000 donation from HSBC in Inverness to help their project.


Explore a month of "random acts of wilderness"

Explore a month of "random acts of wilderness"

Explore a month of "random acts of wilderness"

06 June 2021

How can you reconnect with nature?


Build your own garden pond - former Blue Peter gardener Chris Collins shares his expertise

Build your own garden pond - former Blue Peter gardener Chris Collins shares his expertise

Build your own garden pond - former Blue Peter gardener Chris Collins shares his expertise

30 May 2021

Ever thought of creating a mini pond to help attract an endless stream of wildlife to your garden?


How to grow new vegetables from kitchen scraps

How to grow new vegetables from kitchen scraps

How to grow new vegetables from kitchen scraps

08 April 2021

A pair of keen allotmenteers offer a guide to growing new plants from veg cuttings, fruit stones and pips


Cherry's on top for your spring garden

Cherry's on top for your spring garden

Cherry's on top for your spring garden

25 March 2021

You don’t have to go all the way to Japan to enjoy glorious cherry blossoms – grow a cherry tree at home!


Mother's Day presents all wrapped up

Mother's Day presents all wrapped up

Mother's Day presents all wrapped up

12 March 2021

Whether she’s practical, wants to grow exotic plants, or would simply like some pampering, now’s the time to choose a gift for your gardening mum.


Go daft for daffodils and bring spring to your garden

Go daft for daffodils and bring spring to your garden

Go daft for daffodils and bring spring to your garden

04 March 2021

Nothing says spring more than a garden or home filled with dazzling daffodils. Follow these top tips for fabulous flowers.


Get a better view of the wildlife in your garden

Get a better view of the wildlife in your garden

Get a better view of the wildlife in your garden

25 February 2021

Camouflage netting, webcams and a good pair of binoculars will give you a better chance of seeing wildlife close up, Hannah Stephenson discovers


How to save money on garden essentials

How to save money on garden essentials

How to save money on garden essentials

18 February 2021

Avoid spending money on dibbers, plant markers and pots – these everyday items will do the trick, says Hannah Stephenson


Discover the benefits of having a growing family

Discover the benefits of having a growing family

Discover the benefits of having a growing family

06 February 2021

TV gardener David Domoney knows only too well how important it is for him – and the kids – to get into the garden to de-stress.


Rewild your garden for our winged wonders

Rewild your garden for our winged wonders

Rewild your garden for our winged wonders

04 February 2021

Help save our native butterflies by rewilding your outdoor space into a haven for these winged wonders.


Chip in and try growing tatties

Chip in and try growing tatties

Chip in and try growing tatties

29 January 2021

You can still grow spuds even if you only have room for a pot in your garden. Garden Organic expert Emma O’Neill shows you how


Time to ‘chirp’ in and help annual bird spot

Time to ‘chirp’ in and help annual bird spot

Time to ‘chirp’ in and help annual bird spot

22 January 2021

The RSPB offers a guide to the more unusual birds you might see in your garden.


Nine ways to protect your plants in wet weather

Nine ways to protect your plants in wet weather

Nine ways to protect your plants in wet weather

16 January 2021

As more rain is forecast, Hannah Stephenson asks garden expert Jonathan Webster how to protect plans from drowning and waterlogging


Jungle vibes, wildflowers and outdoor exercise: Are these the top gardening trends of 2021?

Jungle vibes, wildflowers and outdoor exercise: Are these the top gardening trends of 2021?

Jungle vibes, wildflowers and outdoor exercise: Are these the top gardening trends of 2021?

09 January 2021

Experts give their predictions for the next year – and we’re likely to take a more relaxed approach to the garden


How gardeners can recycle better

How gardeners can recycle better

How gardeners can recycle better

03 January 2021

It’s time for all of us to green up our act and do our bit for the environment, say gardening experts Gareth Richards and Holly Farrell.


It’s easy to add structure to your garden

It’s easy to add structure to your garden

It’s easy to add structure to your garden

10 December 2020

Structural plants come into their own in winter, creating low-light shadows and frosty coverings. Hannah Stephenson chooses her favourites...


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